As stated in its first paragraph, this letter was issued partly to clarify my position. Fifteen and more years on, this requires further clarification. In this letter I made certain comments about Mr Anthony Hancock which in retrospect and with the passage of time I have concluded are uncharitable. Although we are poles apart on certain issues - in particular race and the so-called Jewish Question - we see eye to eye on many others. It was Mr Hancock who prompted me to submit a paper to the Iranian Government, and who was responsible for my attendance at the seminal Holocaust Conference which was held in Tehran in December 2006, and for my writing the article The Truth About The Tehran Holocaust Conference, the significance of which I have explained elsewhere.
Returning to the early 90s, there was a certain amount of misunderstanding between us which was caused by a third party; this individual set out to sow discord just for the fun of it, in collusion with another individual whom Mr Hancock regarded as a friend as much as an employee, but who eventually betrayed him in a fashion that was particularly hurtful.
Aside from the Tehran Conference, Mr Hancock has assisted me in a number of matters and ways for a number of years, and regardless of our aforementioned political differences I consider him to be a true idealist.
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Donated to the public domain by independent researcher Alexander Baron (born 1956).